One problem I fear though (and this article still doesn't address this) is that it is very difficult to say, "XYZ antenna will work in this situation, but you'll need ABC is this other situation." The bottom line is that almost all DTV viewers will end up having to do a bit of experimenting. What this article does say, I think, is that the experimenting will almost always pay off. That is, there is a solution that will result in reception of DTV -- we just have no idea what any given solution will be. This is a tough sell to folks not into experimentation as much as I am.
By the way, I enjoy your updates on Louisville's DTV progress. I'm originally from there and have many friends and family still there. I'm going to bring my DST-3000 with me during the holidays to check out reception of KET's signal (evidence of my joy in experimenting).
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